4 Quick Questions with Wyoming Football Strength Coach

       Each and every strength coach has their own training philosophy. At Liberty Performance, we love to hear different perspectives. We feels this makes us a better all around company. We recently caught up with Benjamin Iannacchione who is the Director of Sports Performance for football at the University of Wyoming.      … Read More

Why Liberty Performance Training?

       Why choose Liberty Performance Training when there are so many options? Two words. YOU matter. Liberty Performance Training was founded in Phoenix, Arizona in May of 2015 with the primary goals of increasing individual athletic performance, motivation, and quality of life for athletes at any level. We are more than just a… Read More

Featured

3 D1 Basketball Training ?’s With Brighton Hill

Image Courtesy: (http://www.astateredwolves.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=207062)         It’s hard to believe basketball season is upon us once again. Division 1 College Basketball practice started on September 29th, while NBA teams started training camp on September 26th. Sure, “official” practice is underway, but these basketball players have been grinding for several months in preparation for the… Read More

Why Soccer Players Should Lift Weights

        When someone hears the phrase, “strength and conditioning,” they usually think of football. Sports such as soccer and volleyball don’t receive as much attention about their training. Any athlete playing a sport will benefit from a comprehensive strength training regimen.       I am really excited about this weeks guest since… Read More

5 Ways TCU Baseball Adds Variety To Workouts

  (Image Credit: KRISTV http://www.kristv.com/story/34548601/tcu-ranked-1-in-college-baseball)      Zach Dechant spoke with me earlier in the year, while his team was preparing for the college baseball season.  I received great feedback from our readers and wanted to gain some more insight into his program and methodologies. To say the Horned Frogs had a great season in… Read More

3 Exercises Every Pitcher Needs to Be Doing

       The middle and end of June is a busy time of year for baseball at all levels. School is out for summer, youth travel baseball tournaments are a weekend staple for families across the country. The College World Series has already (or very close) crowned a champion. Major League Baseball’s draft has… Read More

What Should Parents Look For In A Strength Coach?

Image Credit: Jordon Simmons Image; Nevada Football Program        Liberty Performance Training’s mission is to help improve athletic performance and promote a healthy lifestyle. Liberty aims to provide valuable resources for our clients.  We also want to help coaches, parents, and athletes throughout the country. Liberty Performance and I recently caught up with Jordan… Read More

Power of Email and Passion vs Emotion

     When I first graduated from college, I was involved in Strength and Conditioning. As someone who loved training, this seemed like a natural fit. It amazed me the influence a strength coach has over young student-athletes. You are viewed as a role model and someone who they can share their struggles and triumphs.   … Read More

TCU Athlete Development & Life Lessons

         Sports provide awesome development and learning opportunities for Student-Athletes. There are countless life lessons learned while playing any sport.  This weeks #WednesdayWisdom gives us a Coaches perspective.  Zach Dechant is Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning, for TCU Baseball and TCU Football QB’s.      It is no secret College Strength… Read More